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Tanzanian farmers have a love for enhanced crop production
Upendo Farmer Field School in Haruzale Village, Tanzania was started in 2010 and has a total of 32 members; 15 men and 17 women. Upendo, which means ‘love’ is a fitting name for the Farmer Field School as the members all seem to have a love for...
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Dairy goats: transforming lives in Tanzania
Sisilia Lazaro lives with her husband and five children in Kambi ya Simba Village, Tanzania.  They have a small plot of land and were able to produce only small quantities during previous harvests. Sisilia's husband suffers from tuberculosis, which...
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Tanzanian women farmers taking the lead
Women farmers in rural Tanzania gain fruitful results in influencing traditionally male-oriented structures of resource ownership. While community level awareness raising campaigns and trainings are leaving their print in upsetting gender imbalances, women...
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A new variety of Cassava leaves
Short maturity cassava variety assures food availability in Bunda District.Many farmers in Tanzania have been struggling to produce enough food to feed their families due to severe land degradation. Drought is one of the major causes of these low crop...
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